BSc.(Hons) Biological Sciences, UCC, Ghana
UQIRTA & UQRSS
My research will provide an understanding of how habitat fragmentation affects health and physiological condition of birds and develop a strong foundation for predictive conservation biology in fragmented landscapes using morphological and haematological parameters to identify factors related to elevated chronic stress and body condition of birds in fragmented landscapes. This information will then be used for making important predictions about where local extinctions of species will occur, especially in fragmented zones still experiencing faunal relaxation, before they exert their full impacts. The research will be conducted in the fragmented forest zones of south west Ghana in West Africa.
Bird watching, Teaching and Fieldwork
My M.Phil thesis was on the “Foraging ecology and aspects of social behaviour in three sympatric species of Turacos (Family Musophagidae) in the Kakum Conservation Area in Ghana”
Last updated: Jan 31, 2013